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Brand New ZTE Axon M- 64GB Carbon Black (AT&T) GSM Unlocked Dual Screen OEM Box!$250

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Brand New ZTE Axon M- 64GB Carbon Black (AT&T) GSM Unlocked Dual Screen OEM Box!

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Snapdragon 821, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and a single 20MP camera.

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Great deal on a great phone. Tempting.

Dual screen reviews aren't great though
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Very nice
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Wow. Would definitely purchase if I didn't buy the OnePlus 6T two days ago Frown
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Honestly id avoid this phone. Its got a 2 year old CPU, massive bezels, and clunky software.. Until foldable screens are out this concept is a fail.
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Wow. Would definitely purchase if I didn't buy the OnePlus 6T two days ago https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/frown.gif
Don't worry, you made the right purchase. I'm still using an Axon 7 and would love it if ZTE followed it up with an Axon 8 (or whatever). I've almost purchased the Oneplus 6 a couple times and almost bought a 6T the other day - got as far as actually getting the credit card out of my wallet for both but couldn't pull the trigger.

I don't know about the Axon M - the main screen is only 5.2" and you get all that bezel width, Snapdragon 821 is old, and it's probably the thickest phone released in the past few years. Seems like a decent enough phone and this price is low, but the foldy screen doesn't seem worth it to me. The 6T is vastly superior in every way I can think of other than price and screen size - and it has a huge screen.
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Old news. Doesn't affect me because I don't do anything anyone in China is interested in, and I always re-flash my phones with third party firmware. Avoid Huawei, ZTE, and other China-based companies if you want, but the current threat level from factory-compromised hardware is immeasurably low.
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Old news. Doesn't affect me because I don't do anything anyone in China is interested in, and I always re-flash my phones with third party firmware. Avoid Huawei, ZTE, and other China-based companies if you want, but the current threat level from factory-compromised hardware is immeasurably low.
There are some legitimate hardware risks too, https://www.bloomberg.com/news/fe...-companies
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There are some legitimate hardware risks too, https://www.bloomberg.com/news/fe...-companies [bloomberg.com]
Yes, of course, and those are far from limited to Huawei and ZTE phones. I'm still not worried personally, as I don't do defense work or anything that critical to me or interesting to anyone else on my phone.
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Yes, of course, and those are far from limited to Huawei and ZTE phones. I'm still not worried personally, as I don't do defense work or anything that critical to me or interesting to anyone else on my phone.
Companies aka "anyone else" are extremely interested in what you do on your phone. That is why many apps ask for permissions that they don't need to function. Install a "free" app and let them access your SMS, contacts, calendar, browsing history, running/installed apps, etc.
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Companies aka "anyone else" are extremely interested in what you do on your phone. That is why many apps ask for permissions that they don't need to function. Install a "free" app and let them access your SMS, contacts, calendar, browsing history, running/installed apps, etc.
Okay, we are all screwed and should go back to landlines, or foot messengers. Thanks for the heads up.
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Okay, we are all screwed and should go back to landlines, or foot messengers. Thanks for the heads up.
No. You can still use a phone but use it responsibly. be selective in what you install, run a rom with xprivacy. But you don't seem to comprehend, nor respect your contacts privacy or understand the value of that information and lack the wherewithal to understand any implications of your actions
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No. You can still use a phone but use it responsibly. be selective in what you install, run a rom with xprivacy. But you don't seem to comprehend, nor respect your contacts privacy or understand the value of that information and lack the wherewithal to understand any implications of your actions
You don't understand that you're not the first one to come up with this, and no one came here for a lecture about things we already know. But thanks anyway.
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You don't understand that you're not the first one to come up with this, and no one came here for a lecture about things we already know. But thanks anyway.
You didn't seem to "know" with this comment "as I don't do defense work...or interesting to anyone else on my phone." Again, They are very interested. I was just trying to educate you because of the ignorance in your comment.
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